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Brasher’s Northwest Auto Auction Plans New Facility

October 16, 2003

Brasher’s has announced that construction has begun on a new auction facility at Brasher’s Northwest Auto Auction in Eugene. The new auction is located on 26 acres, three miles from Eugene’s airport, and three miles from Interstate 5.

General Manager Lisa Larkin reports that the new site will include a two-story office building, a four-lane double block auction arena, and a snack bar overlooking the auction lanes. It will include four acres of customer parking, expanded vehicle storage, enlarged RV parking facilities, a test track, and six lanes of transport parking.

Larkin expects that the project will be completed in February or March of 2004.

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